Mule trekking - Fun for all

The wonderful alternative way of experiencing the mountain world. Unshackled and free from the burden of a rucksack, you’ll be able to discover the secrets of the Alpine world. At the leisurely pace of mules travelling over rough and smooth. You’ll be astounded at the new world unfolding before... more

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Bergland Produkte

'Bergland Produkte' is a farm and 'life' community comprising six adults and five children. We operate an organically-based agri-tourism farm in... more

Bergland Produkte
Houses round tour

Houses round tour

The locality of Mühlebach has one of Switzerland's oldest village centres constructed in timber. However Mühlebach has not degenerated into a... more

Mule trekking - Fun for all

The wonderful alternative way of experiencing the mountain world. Unshackled and free from the burden of a rucksack, you’ll be able to discover the secrets of the Alpine world. At the leisurely pace of mules travelling over rough and smooth. You’ll be astounded at the new world unfolding before your eyes.

The wonderful alternative way of experiencing the mountain world. Unshackled and free from the burden of a rucksack, you’ll be able to discover the secrets of the Alpine world. At the leisurely pace of mules travelling over rough and smooth.

Bergland Produkte

'Bergland Produkte' is a farm and 'life' community comprising six adults and five children. We operate an organically-based agri-tourism farm in picturesque Ernen, at 1,200 metres above sea level. Predominantly older breeds of domestic animal threatened with extinction such as Hinterwald cattle, old Valais country sheep and woolly pigs (Mangalitza) live on our farm.

'Bergland Produkte' is a farm and 'life' community comprising six adults and five children. We operate an organically-based agri-tourism farm in picturesque Ernen, at 1,200 metres above sea level.

Houses round tour

The locality of Mühlebach has one of Switzerland's oldest village centres constructed in timber. However Mühlebach has not degenerated into a museum village; instead, all of the houses continue to be inhabited and used. The sign-posted house trail leads past 22 attractive buildings, each of which is identified with a small plaque. A leaflet detailing the houses circuit is available in the Ernen Welcome Centre.

The locality of Mühlebach has one of Switzerland's oldest village centres constructed in timber.